jet

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Noun[change]

Singular
jet

Plural
jets

Jets aircraft
Jet jewellery
  1. A jet is a stream of gas or liquid forced through a small opening.
    A jet of water burst through the broken pipe.
  2. A jet is the opening where a stream of gas or liquid can be forced.
    The gas stove would not work because the jet was blocked.
  3. A jet is an aircraft powered by a jet engine.
    The jet landed at the airport.
  4. Jet is a hard, black coal, that is used for jewellery.
    She was wearing her mother's jet necklace.

Adjective[change]

Positive
jet

Comparative
none

Superlative
none

  1. Jet is a deep, black color.
    She had jet black hair.

Verb[change]

Plain form
jet

Third-person singular
jets

Past tense
jetted

Past participle
jetted

Present participle
jetting

  1. To jet is to travel by a jet powered aircraft.
    We had to jet from Rome to London.